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  • Top Five Walks to Enjoy in Nottinghamshire this Autumn

    Top Five Walks to Enjoy in Nottinghamshire this Autumn

    The nights are drawing in, there’s a chill in the air... autumn has well and truly arrived. In the words of Albert Camus, autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower, and whether you're wandering amongst the ancient oaks of Sherwood Forest or along Europe’s longest avenue of Lime Trees at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire has some spectacular spots to stretch your legs and embrace autumn's stunning seasonal displays.

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  • Enchanting Escapes in Robin Hood Country

    Enchanting Escapes in Robin Hood Country

    While the city offers its diverse culture of shopping, night life and international cuisine, sometimes what we really want is to escape the hustle and bustle and retreat into a calmer, slower way of life. Nottinghamshire has a great balance between urban cool and country charm, with the north of the county full of rolling hills, legendary forests and great activities. We've teamed up with Kayak to bring the best of Nottinghamshire to your doorstep.

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  • The Seven Wonders of the Heights of Abraham

    The Seven Wonders of the Heights of Abraham

    The Heights of Abraham is an extraordinary place of natural beauty, transformed into a unique visitor attraction for all the family. We take a look at the 'seven wonders' of the Heights of Abraham and just what makes this place so special.

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  • A Boozy Brunch at Bric Bar and Kitchen

    A Boozy Brunch at Bric Bar and Kitchen

    As a busy team, eating lunch at our desks has become a regularity – so we were very excited to be invited to enjoy Bric's Bottomless Brunch and be members of the ‘ladies who lunch’ club for the afternoon. 

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  • Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside: visiting Nottingham’s Penny Lane

    Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside: visiting Nottingham’s Penny Lane

    If there's one thing Nottinghamshire lacks, it's the seaside; this decidedly land-locked county is just about as far away from the coast as you can get, which probably explains why Robin Hood is rarely depicted making sandcastles on the beach. Our region has a million and one things to offer, but let’s be honest: a seaside resort we are not.

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  • An interview with... Gandeys Circus ringmaster, Ryan Brown

    An interview with... Gandeys Circus ringmaster, Ryan Brown

    Here at Visit Notts HQ, we're practically doing cartwheels with excitement about seeing the spectacular Gandeys Circus - The Greatest Show Tour in Nottingham this autumn. We quizzed the ringmaster Ryan Brown on his career to date, pre-show rituals and what to expect from this year’s production… oh, and his favourite sandwich!

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  • Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire

    Seven things we love about the Notts attractions in the Lonely Planet’s Ultimate United Kingdom Travelist

    Most of us have heard the news by now that a whopping seven Nottinghamshire attractions made travel guide publisher Lonely Planet’s top 500 travel experiences in the UK. We’re feeling pretty smug about being recognised by such a large-scale, well-trusted publisher, and the broad range of attractions identified (from museums and nature reserves to heritage sites and pubs) is testament to the wonderful variety of what’s on offer here. 

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